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and then west. that including every major metropolitan city. 25,000 people without power in new jersey. lightning strikes, thousands of them at radar sites per hour. now, remember, these are high temperatures today. 101 at laguardia, 104 in newark. baltimore, 107. and we're breaking this heat with this long line of storms. there will be pictures in the news to show trees down, power out, all of the things that come with the storms. >> not used to seeing it over the skyline of manhattan. thank you, sam. as you said, the storms are cracking the heat wave in the northeast. but for the rest of the country, the drought is unrelenting. by one estimate, three-fifths of the usa, from sea to shining sea, is dry. and you can see how dry, on the mighty mississippi river, which is where we find abc's ryan owens tonight. >> reporter: you are looking at an indiana golf course. it's so dry, balls drop through the cracks of what any other summer is a water hazard. in nebraska, this river is so low, the fish have no place to swim. and the mississippi river isn't nearly as mighty as it should be. this s
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